Digital (R)evolution. Best Management Practices In Progress

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Why do we organize the Digital (R)evolution conference?

We have all landed in the future now. The new reality demands new competences. Quick adaptation skills. Good communication. Being fluent with technology.

Change is here every day. In business – we have to quickly adapt our companies to be online. In private life – we need to change our lifestyle, reformulate priorities, rediscover the joy of life and the sense of accomplishment.

The present time is a test but also a challenge for the future. We do believe that by sharing knowledge and supporting each other can we become stronger and richer with new skills and experience.

Our mission

For some people, transformation is a natural evolution, for others –  a complete revolution. We want to help you in this time. We want to share the best management practices and our experience with you, as well as provide you with practical tools that can support this transformation.

At the same time, we have decided to support the youngest ones – 100% of your payments will be allocated to support activities related to building security and wise habits of using the network by children and young people. Together, we will co-finance selected projects implemented by Empowering Children Foundation an organization that is a pioneer and innovator in the field of education and intervention online, and is the main organizational partner of our conference.

Digital (R)evolution speakers

Outstanding experts from Poland and from around the globe will share best management practices. They will also show you how to find the balance between work and private life in a new situation. One place, one day, without leaving home – you can meet the greatest celebrities. You will meet those whom you have always wanted to meet and listen to. At the same time – your voluntary contributions can help children stay safe online. We are waiting for you on 5 June!

You decide the amount you want to donate to the Foundation for the opportunity to take part in dozens of excellent lectures. All the income from the conference will be donated to the foundation’s statutory purposes. As a conference organizer, Inprogress does not charge any fees.

Choose the amount by clicking the appropriate button. If the minimum amount is a significant obstacle for you to join the event, contact us at konferencja@manageup.pl, we will come up with a solution for you.

Announcement: Due to the change of plans, Mr. Jeff Sutherland will not take part in our conference. We apologize for the changes in the schedule.

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What you get

  • You will take part in lectures and networking with speakers from:Axelos  – Allan ThomsonAkshay Anand, Eduscrum – Willy WijnandsHappy Melly – Jurgen Appelo, Engine-for-Change –  April K. MillsAgile Business Consortium – John Mark Williams, PwC – Michał Zwyrtek, AGH, Grupy Prodialog, Leanpassion, Stowarzyszenia ‘Nasze Miasto Wrocław’, Inprogress, 
  • sign up for the most interesting online lectures that will be broadcast live – we have prepared as many as 28 lectures!
  • deepen the knowledge of management of projects, risk, change, distributed teams, agile management, Agile, SCRUM and Management 3.0,
  • get access to professional knowledge in a convenient form, from anywhere on Earth, without leaving your home – all you have to do is sign up for an event and have a computer with Internet access,
  • listen to lectures by Polish and international management practitioners,
  • receive post-conference materials and access to our e-learning forum.

 

Additionally, you will support a noble goal – each payment will go to Empowering Children Foundation. 
and will be allocated to help in activities related to creating safety and shaping wise habits in children when using the Internet.

Opening
09.00 - 09.10
JOHN MARK WILLIAMS (AGILE BUSINESS CONSORTIUM)  
Context is Everything: Agility as the Mother of Digital (R)evolution.
09.10 - 09.55

In this (now, undeniably) VUCA world, the Digital (R)evolution can have dramatically positive impact where it improves our power to sense and respond – in fact, where it enhances our agility. In this session, we’ll discuss how context guides the direction – and determines the effectiveness – of digital transformation.

ARTUR MOCHOCKI (INPROGRESS)  
Session in PL:Shaping competence of stakeholders in the context of the digital revolution.
09.55 - 10.40

We are witnessing a cultural change in the sphere of interpersonal contacts. How will it affect the management of our projects?

ROMEK KRYSIAK (INPROGRESS)  
Session in PL: Traditional management is from Mars, and agile from Venus.
09.55 - 10.40

Raditional management is male and agile female. Where is the synergy of male and female action and how does it relate to projects?

MARTA POMORSKA (INPROGRESS)  
Session in PL: Self-organizing teams? The need to change the style of work.
09.55 - 10.40

How to lead a team by changing the style of work? What if the team don't want to organize themselves? What could be the reason for the lack of commitment?

MONIKA SMULEWICZ (GRANT THORNTON)  
Session in PL: Challenges of remote work.
09.55 - 10.40

For the sake of safety, we moved offices to our homes. What we're proud of and what it's worth working on, I'll tell you about it during my lecture.

Break 10 min.
10.40 - 10.50
ALLAN THOMSON (AXELOS)  
PRINCE2Agile® how it can help your digital evolution.
10.50 - 11.35

Dispelling myths about PRINCE2 Agile. Drivers for change being faced by organizations and how the 5 targets PRINCE2 Agile can help. Hints and tips for managing virtual teams.

Willy Wijnands (eduScrum)  
Transforming education & innovation with eduScrum®.
10:50 - 11:35

The workforce of today and tomorrow has to cope with many changes. Unfortunately, the current systems are obsolete and create gaps between disciplines and gaps between educational offer and market requirements. During this session Willy Wijnands draws a parallel between Scrum and education and shares his experience in implementing Scrum in education. Within the current education system eduScrum® remains a tool, but with a new education & innovation system it has the potential to generate transformations at every scale and level in society. This new system is called Lightschools and is presented by its founder Britt van Mensvoort.

PAULA SZEWCZYK (“NASZE MIASTO WROCŁAW”)  
Session in PL: The GuitarSession in PL: Guinness Record 2020- how to transfer a mass event to on-line.
11.35 - 12.20

How to transfer a huge mass event, which requires interaction of 7998 guitarists to establish a new record fully the network?

AGNIESZKA CHRZĄSZCZ (CEL AGH)  WOJTEK BARAN (CEL AGH)  
Session in PL: It came uninvited. Digital revolution at the University.
11.35 - 12.20

We'll talk about how we helped the academics go through a sudden, digital change in their way of teaching. We will also try to consider the effects of this revolution in terms of benefits as well as possible losses.

MARTA POMORSKA (INPROGRESS)  RAFAŁ KULPIŃSKI (INPROGRESS)  
Session in PL: Why does Agile not work ... or works?
11.35 - 12.20

Does the agile approach allow you to implement in any project? Does it always work? Is semi-agile possible? Skeptic talk with an enthusiast.

MARCIN JACKOWSKI (INPROGRESS)  
Session in PL: Inprogress transformation - case study.
11.35 - 12.20

What path we have traveled from classroom training to virtual online classes. What were the beginnings like? What did agile have to do with this change?

Break 10 min.
12:20 - 12:30
Jurgen Appelo (Happy Melly)  
How to Fix Your Failed Agile Transformation.
12:30 - 13:30

The problem with many agile transformations is that existing methods and frameworks treateveryone the same. They make no distinction between startups and scaleups, betweendisruptive innovative ideas versus existing successful products. But starting new teams andscaling up innovation is more important than ever. The key to a successful agile transformationis applying different practices in different stages of the business lifecycle. What works for a newproduct does not work for a mature one, and vice versa. In this talk, we will nosedive into themajor good practices for business leaders and product teams, from the moment they have aninnovative idea to the day they will scale it up (or screw it up). Your agile transformationdepends on product lifecycles, the innovation vortex, and the innovation funnel.The topics include the Business Lifecycle, Problem/Solution Fit, Product/Market Fit, MinimumViable Products, Business Model Canvas, Lean Canvas, Growth Hacking, Lean Experiments,OKRs, North Star Metric, Innovation Vortex, Empathy Maps, Lean Personas, Jobs To Be Done,Journey Mapping, Innovation Funnels, and more.

TYMOTEUSZ MYŚLIWIEC (LEANPASSION)  
To Have Lean or To Be Lean?
13.30 - 14.15

How to use the potential of the greatest treasure of employees and their experience? How to lead a team so that they will gladly discover and solve problems?

Dr Marek Krasiński  Sabina Bieniecka, Ph.D. - APMG International  Karol Granoszewski (Peoplecert)  KRZYSZTOF JAWORSKI (INPROGRESS)  
Session in PL: Is it worth certifying in a pandemic time?

A panel of experts will share experiences and advise if it is worth certifying now. What can a certificate holder gain?

Lunch 30 min.
13.30 - 14.15
BEATA DYRAGA (GRUPA PRODIALOG)  
Session in PL: Wellbeing for here and now and for tomorrow's organization.

Corporate wellness projects - effective support for organizations in change. How wellbeing activities now build the strength of ORGANIZATION OF TOMORROW.

AGATA JAKÓBCZAK (INPROGRESS)  
Session in PL: When the world changes, we are Agile.
14:15 - 14:45

When the world turns, we reinvent it. When creating the first ads, we were Agile. Today, we are changing the world with virtual technology.

April K. Mills (Engine-for-Change)  
The Diamond Layer: How Mid-Level Leader's Can Make All the Difference in an Agile Implementation.
14:45 - 15:30

Let's focus on the middle. You're the key to a successful and sustainable agile implementation. What are the challenges you face and what might you unknowingly be doing that is getting in the way of achieving your best results.

ROMEK KRYSIAK (INPROGRESS)  MARCIN JACKOWSKI (INPROGRESS)  
Session in PL: Methodological similarities and differences. AgilePM® vs PRINCE2 Agile®.
14:45 - 15:30

Discussion panel: comparison of agile project management methodologies. Similarities and differences in the approaches and certification paths themselves.

AKSHAY ANAND (AXELOS)  
ITIL® 4: The evolution in ITSM Best Practice.
14:45 - 15:30

Where ITIL v3 highlighted 26 processes across the Service Lifecycle, ITIL 4 introduced a new set of publications: the 34 (at present!) Practices. This session will highlight the reasons for the new publications, and will provide an overview of the guidance published outside the core books.

TONY MANN (Creator of the Process Iceberg Facilitation methodology)  
Using Facilitation as a core business method to support digital transformation.
15.30 - 16.15

Much is written about Digital Transformation and even more is said about the failure to deliver effective transformation. This presentation will focus on the core capability of Facilitation that any organisation/business seeking to engage in digital transformation must have as an embedded methodology if success is to be more readily achieved.

Break 15 min.
15:30 - 16:15
MICHAŁ ZWYRTEK (PWC)  
Session in PL: Lessons Learned, i.e. the first business conclusions from COVID-19.
15:30 - 16:15

1. Key areas for business in the era of COVID-19 pandemic.
2. Change management - how to move from the general application of "risk management" to real achievement in the form of "lessons learned".
3. Important changes in the organizations we observe in connection with the COVID-19 pandemic.

Craig Kilford (Course Conductor)  
Together, To Get There (two short stories).
16.15 -16.30

Experience of two moon shot projects that had no chance of success at the start, but ended with extreme success because of crazy collaboration and total togetherness.

URSZULA STROIŃSKA (INPROGRESS)  
Session in PL: Motivated.
16.30 -17.15

A motivated and self-aware team member engages in tasks with greater strength and commitment. He knows the purpose of his actions.

PIOTR DRYGIEL (INPROGRESS)  
Session in PL: The evolution of the ITL® library - principles.
17.15 - 18.00

How important are the rules when the world around us changes in the blink of an eye?

MONIKA OLEJNICZAK (INPROGRESS)  
Session in PL: Why is it worth managing risk not only during the crisis?
17.15 - 18.00

What is the risk? What are the benefits of risk management? What are the main mistakes organizations make uncertainty?

RAFAŁ CZARNY (INPROGRESS)  
Session in PL: Design Thinking remotely.
17:15 - 18:00

Can Design Thinking be moved to remote work? Presentation of Case Study information using the original Design Thinking method.

Closing of the conference.
17:15 - 18:00
Networking.
18.00 - 18.10
18.10 - 19.00

Szczegóły wydarzenia

5 czerwca 2020 09:00
5 czerwca 2020 18:00
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